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-Henry & Barbara Cote, South Windsor, 2012
Steps are a necessary part of many landscapes.
They help us get from one level of the yard to another and can be built anywhere, including in front of a door into the house.
They make it easier and safer for us to move around our yards.
They can be as simple in design as a single straight step in a walkway and as complex in design as would be required when needed between levels of a raised patio.
As they curve and wind across the patio, they become a great way to separate the different rooms or uses of your outdoor living space.
For instance we often have customers asking us to design and install a firepit area that you step down into. The steps in this case have two functions: they let us get to the lower area and they can then act as seats for those enjoying gathering around the fire.
A sample of custom designed Steps installed by Bahler Brothers in the past 26 years. Click on the thumbnail to view a larger image.
big slab steps in the middle of a walkway.
A large slab step at the beginning of a walkway.
Large staircase of interlocking concrete block.
A simple Rocka Step.
Techo-Bloc Rocka step.
Steps in the middle of a retaining wall.
Large landing with curved steps.
Stepping stone walkway with Rosetta Steps.
A simple capped step.
Steps with a large main landing and then another larger landing.
Perfect cut into the step.
Many steps in a retaining wall.
Large slabs for steps.
Steps accommodating two entry ways.
Step in the middle of a walkway.
Rosetta steps made to look like natural stone.
Capped steps with retaining walls.
A staircase up to the front door.
Steps leading up to a walkway.
Wide steps to match entry way width.
Steps in the corner of a home.
Steps as an entry way into a business with pillars to welcome customers in.